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SOURCE: trying to access food trap

Mostly it will be located near the bottom tray. Refer user manual

Posted on Apr 07, 2010

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it should lift straight up with a tug

Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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How to remove large food particle trap in a electrolux dishwasher model # EWDW6505GBO


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I understand you want to know how to remove large food particles that are trapped in your Electrolux dishwasher, model# EWDW6505GB0. First, I would suggest that you scrape away large pieces of food before putting any dish in your dishwasher.

Your dishwasher is equipped with a state of the art wash system. Periodically, the Glass Trap Filter and Large Food Particle Trap may need to be cleaned to maximize wash performance. The Glass Trap Filter is located in the center of the Large Food Particle Trap. The Glass Trap Filter is designed to collect pieces of broken glass, straws, bones and pits. To remove items in the Glass Trap Filter, grasp the handle, lift out, empty and replace. Hope this is helpful.

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Is the food trap removable for cleaning?


Try a shop vac, it should suck it clean. I would suggest rincing the dishes before putting in the dishwasher but then what would you expect a Dehumidifier guy say!

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Diswasher has food accumulated in trap


Rinse dishes in sink before you use dishwasher also leave dishwasher empty and put a dishwasher cleaning tablet in and clean the dishwasher you will see the difference , also empty the food trap , dishwashers are not designed to remove large food deposits as the is no way of masserating built in .

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Washer resevoir in the bottom does not drain after a cycle. Still half full.


better check if there is an obstruction in your rubber drain hose, remove anything causing the blockage.
check the drain spigot under the sink where the drain hose connects into the u bend. Usually this is where food gets trapped due to the spigot not being drilled out large enough

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I have the new kenmore elite, stainless steal front....and have had it for about a year...and have noticed that the dishes are foggy even after dry and as if still dirty. The soap is streaked all inside...


have you ever used a product called affresh it is sold at your local home depot and comes in two types one is for front load washers and the other is for dishwashers and let me tell you this product works great it actually cleans the inside of your dishwasher and removes the water that is trapped in your drain lines as well also it is very good for removing stagnant smells as well try this product I have suggested it to many customers and each time I do i find another customer is amazed at the outcome hope this helps please remember to rank how this post helped in your appliance situation Have a great day
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p.s.also remember to check by the chopper of your dishwasher for trapped food sometimes when people just through food in dishwasher this is where it goes

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Does not get dishes clean


There is a filter/trap located at the bottom of the machine held in place by 2 1/4 screws. This trap will be located at the lowest point in the dishwasher. Once the two screws are removed there is a lower tub that may have a bit of food debris in it. Sometimes there is food particles that do not get flushed out into the drain. Clean this area and you should be in good shape

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Dropped bleach pen into lint trap. How do I get it out?


its not too hard to get out.
you will need a #2 phillips screwdriver and or a 1/4" socket driver
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remove 2 screws at lint trap
unplug unilt
open the top (2 clips between lid and front panel in the crack, push them with a butter knife or putty knife to release top) opens like a hood
pull out dryer and pull off rear panel
on the left hand side there is a metal duct like thing lol
that leads to the lint trap at the top.
there should be 4 screws at the bottom where it gets round.
remove them, and wiggle the duct open. your pen should be there..

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Hi, i have a kenmore elite side/side w/ice maker and water disp


take a blow dryer( nothing else) and put it on high.
you can have some trapped ice or even some food. get a flashlight and take a look. use tongs to remove anything!

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